Courses of Study
Welcome to the University of Biblical Studies. We are so excited about this adventure that we will have with you in the study of God’s Word. It has long been a vision of ours to start a four-year program of biblical studies that would make the Bible the entire focus. We are a private organization that will issue certificates and degrees. We are not yet credentialed with any other academic institutions. However, that will change in the not-too-distant future.
Instead of simply overwhelming our students with information, we will teach them in a way that will help them to retain what they have learned. The pace at which we will go will seem to be slower than other programs, but will accelerate with time. We have designed our classes and teaching methods to include everyone in an exciting and non-intimidating learning environment.
We do not want to indoctrinate our students, but instead we want to teach them all how to explore and learn the vast amount of information contained in the Bible. We promise you that we will not come behind other accredited institutions in our academic commitment to excellence in the knowledge of God’s Word.
The University of Biblical Studies grades on a pass/fail system. To pass, you must receive a score of at least 70%. However, don’t be concerned, we are dedicated to your success. We will offer all of the necessary help to achieve this score and beyond. In every case, your grade will remain absolutely confidential.
Greek Reading 201, 202, 203
Hebrew Reading 201, 202, 203
Revivals in the OT, Wisdom Literature, Historic Literature
Holiness, Sanctification, and Consecration (three quarters)
Intro to Hermeneutics, Intro to Exegesis, Intro to Homiletics
History of Heresies, Third Century Christianity, Eschatology
Greek Reading 301, 302, 303
Hebrew Reading 301, 302, 303
Righteousness: Ethical and Relational
Qualities of the New Birth, Angels and Demons,
Hermeneutics, Exegesis, and Homiletics
Greek Reading 401, 402, 403
Hebrew Reading 401, 402, 403
The Canon of the Bible
Prophecy and Worship, Leaders of the Church, The Oath of Ministry
The Holiness Code and the Temple
Textual Criticism (P95 (PL II/31) from The Text of the Earliest New Testament Greek Manuscripts (Comfort, P. W., & Barrett, D. P. (2001). Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House.)
Church Fathers versus the Apostles
The School of Alexandria, and the School at Antioch
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